Do you really go on a cruise to look at other people and what they wear?
This kind of hyperbole seems like an attempt to discredit those who advocate following a dress code. No, we don't go on a cruise just to look at what other people wear
. Nor do we go on a cruise just to make sure that people don't cut lines at the buffet
or just to make sure that people wear the right size of swimwear
. That kind of false argument is a cheap shot to discredit those with an opposing view.
Following the mandated dress code is just one of many things that help make a cruise experience more pleasant. It's not the most important thing
about cruising. No one would make such a claim. Don't portray those who attach some importance
to it as obsessive, intolerant fogies. It's only completely unimportant
to people who are unconcerned with the sensibilities of their fellow passengers..